Tuesday, July 22, 2014
This morning we visited Free Flight, operated by Mary Jane Dueul in Bandon, Oregon. Along with volunteers, she is available to rescue wild birds that are injured or ill.
This non-profit organization has operated since 1976 and was incorporated in 1978. Currently, there are eight birds being cared for at Free Flight. Whenever possible, the birds are released back into the wild; however, a few are either unable to fly or imprinted on humans and unable to survive in the wild.
Feeding, housing and medical care for the birds gets expensive. If you love all birds and want to help, donations can be sent to: Free Flight, 1185 Portland Ave., Bandon, Oregon 97411
To schedule a visit, call them at: 541-347-3882. Free Flight is very near the ocean with beautiful views, but bring jackets, it can be windy and cool.
Peace & Blessings.
Friday, July 4, 2014
Flame and Fuchsia are parents of three baby Rosy Bourke Parakeets. They're less than two weeks old in this video taken July 3, 2014.
Peace & Blessings to all.
Have a SAFE, Celebratory Fourth of July.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
We said good-bye to our Lady Gouldian finches recently. They will be reproducing youngsters for Colleen at her One-Stop Bird Shop. We enjoyed our visit there. If you are in the Eugene, Oregon area, Colleen's One-Stop Bird Shop is worth a visit.
|I especially enjoyed seeing her pretty Rosy Bourkes.|
|This very light colored, young Bourke is almost Lutino.|
Below is a link to her website with address and phone number.